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Missed period. HPT negative, HB percentage low. What is going on?

Hi, i have scan last day and found nothing ; no sack last periods started on 9 january 2013 and in february i missed...on average my cycle is of 30-34 days maximum..... home pregnancy test ( urine test is negative) although doc says that utrus size and thickness is evident of some pregnancy bu unable to see any thisng... Utrus is 11 mm thick ..ovaries are normal.... HB percentage is low... Please help what is going on?????
Asked On : Mon, 4 Mar 2013
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Thanks for the query.

Since UPT is negative less likely you are pregnant.
For confirmation get your blood tested for B HCG.
Once pregnancy is ruled out, other causes of missed periods include thyroid problem, Ovarian cyst, stress and emotional disturbances.
You need to consult with your Gynecologist to narrow down the cause by proper examination and suitable investigations.
Hope this helps.
Dr Nilofer
Answered: Fri, 8 Mar 2013
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